Small Kitchen Sink – Sinks is one of the least attractive parts of the kitchen. So, they are sometimes relegated to a corner where they are less visible. However, a corner sink may also be less functional. The odd angle and smaller size of a corner sink can create cleaning, lighting, and traffic flow problems in your kitchen.
Single and double corner sinks are available for kitchens. Single sinks sit in a diagonal corner, and the faucet and handles are usually attached to the sink. With double basins, the faucet and handles sit in the corner, and a sink is on either side of them. The key moves from side to side to fill or sink with water. The drain of a corner sink can be located near a wall. That is to create more storage space in the cabinet under the sink. One disadvantage is that there may not be enough space to install garbage disposal when a drain pipe is near a wall.
Kitchen sinks are often located under a window. It is generally brighter than artificial light natural light from a window. And reduces the use of electricity. Corner sinks, however, can be in the darkest area of the kitchen to help conserve counter space. What extra space has a price if additional lighting is needed so that the sink area is well lit for various tasks.